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THK BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 2. 1910.
DLFOJWo made on or before
April 10th In the SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT of the UNITED
STATES NATIONAL DANK will
draw lntert from April 1st Three
per cent Interest Is paid on savings
deposits and compounded semi
annually. Funds may be withdrawn
at any time without notice.
The combined capital and surplus Is
$1,200,000. The total assets are over
518,00003. It Is the oldest bank In
Nebraska, established in 1856.
United States National Bank '
M. T. IALW. fre. C. W. KITTLES. Vice-fre.
V. t. CAIDHTLL. Vice frM. W. E. RI04DES, Ckir
G. L lAVEISTiri, AmX Cab. I. P. M0ISMA1, Am'I. Cm.
X CBcOlIE, Ant CMilir.
About the Suits in
There are lots of men In this town
who Inwardly rher'sh a desire to
avoid "tailor worries " These men
are usually bard to fit and their tastes
very exacting Price la not ao Im
portant an rlaji. These man are re
quested to look at the suits from fln
foreign fsbrlcs hanging In our beau
tiful wardrobe ee-rtlon on the second
floor On the extraordinary fitting
qualities of these aulta we reat our
raae Anv of them would enst you
J0 no m 1o Art more at a tailor e't
and perhaps not fit you nearly o well.
S30 and $35
your Jjoncy Qactc On . ntm,nd
LINCOLN'S TASIF. IS JOKES
Comedian Who Expresied Hope of
Wet Town Get Call Down.
CENSORSHIP NEXT Off PROGRAM
senator Frlea tantlanre Villi Haat
for apaort of taadla'acy far
Governor mwny Call
From a Staff Correspondent.)
UNTOLX. April !. Special.) It la very
probable that managers of the theater In
Lincoln wlil have to employ a censor for
plays for. according to an evening; paper
here, there has been a lot of kicking orer
the Jokes of an Orpheum monoicigist dur
ing the week. According to the story
published, thla comedian tickled the crowd
by saying that It is a hard matter to
gt a drink In Lincoln and then expressed
lha hop that thlnes would be fixed dif
ferently before hla next visit.
According to the evening paper thia
an affront to the good temperance peopl
f IJnioln and forthwith an objection was
filed with the manager of tha theater.
The manager responded by commanding
' the ' comedian to cut out theee objection
able remark, even though a generous ap
plause greeted the "hope" of the comedian.
The Intimation wan made In the article
p-jhlished that If the comedlane dare t..
create laugha with such "hopea" a boycof
The matter may be settled by the c:t
council appointing a special committee to
pass on all Jokes sprung ln,puUl; Ijl the
Brraa o Prohibition.
Judge Wilbur F. Brant. a dem-xrat
from Cedar county, while here on legal
business today, mede a statement wblch
shows what a job Mr. Bryan haa on hand
to fore tounty option In the democratic
state platform. Judge Bryant said:
'County option Is the open door to pro
hibition. Inhibition la tha moat irra
tiur.al and illogical method of settling the
l.qi.or question that madnesa ever devised.
I will not stand for It, and the contrary
opinion of no man. and the adverse de
cision of no body of men will alter mjr
determination In no event will the Nine
teenth representative district "Cedar and
Pierce),' be represented by any man who
ill-vote for county option."
Board ef Pnrchaee and Aapallea.
The. State Board of Purchase and Sup
plies met today to buy supplies for the
various state institutions for the coming
quarter. The head of moat of the insti
tutlons are In attendance at the meeting.
Wall Boosts Frlea.
"Senatoia Fries Is getting lota of en
oouiagement in hla candidacy for the re
publican nomination for governor." said
John Wall of Arcad a; who waa here on
business yesterday. Mr. Fries announced
his candidacy some time ago and alnce
that time he haa received assurances of
i.pport from practically every part of
the state." Senator Frlea aerved two terms
In tha state senate aud In both he waa
an active and Influential member. When
Mr. Fries tald he was for county .option,
hut before he would sign a county option
bill passed by a legislature, hla friends
ay. the bill w 111 have to be a fair and
square measure. Mr. Fries waa in Lincoln
attending the laymen'a missionary meet
ing aome time ago and at that time he
met many republicans who gave him en
aautacement. While here Mr. Frlea said:
"I im not sure that a majority of the
voiere are for county option and neither
am 1 certain that a majority of the repub
I can party favors county option, but 1
favrr county option and believing, as I do.
shall support county option during the
campaign. I could not conscientiously do
taller Haas hy secretary.
manner In which they are placed 'ipon ti.e
certificate. This language. n my opinion,
is objectionable In the extreme and tends
rather to discredit the licensee than to
evidence his right to practice optometry In
"The law referred to by you contemplates
the issuaiire of two klnda of certificates
one to those who have submitted satis
factory proof to the board of having con
tinuously practiced optometry for more
than two years prior to the taking effect
cf the law and those cumin under this
: class are placed on an equality by this
law with the second class, which Is those
! ho have successfully paaaed an exaraina
j lion showing their qualifications to prac
tice the t-ame.
abanaway Calls ea Rieeatlre.
George I,. Shumway of Scott's Bluff.
candidate for the democratic nomination for
congress In the Sixth district, called upon
Governor Shallenberger thia morning. "I
have been out only a llttla," said Mr.
Shumway, discussing hla activity for the
congressional nomination. "J have visited
Certs inly relieve you of considerable
anxiety. Ton know that our styles
are final and our qualities beyord
question. Also that you paid little
and were srved carefully
OIIAT X.IBTS Or TAaTCT Hill
at 91. BO to $7.60.
BHXBT tl.00 to 93.90.
MKCXWZJtB BOc VP.
puma an.: xoaa soo a tax.
TVDEIWIaB, TWM OABatXaTT,
And varied aosrtment of every
kind -t wearable a man may ned
Prices Blweye right.
Home of Quality Clotties
Between You and Us
Xtils is ttie best place In town for
you to buy spring clothes
Your generous patronage haa made this the greatest clothing store in this section of the
country. Our methods have made you willing, even anxious, to make this store as great as
it is. We set out to give you a clothing store equal to any in the country and superior to any
in Omaha and a class of merchandise surpassed by no one you have enabled us to "Deliver
About 75 of you volunteer complimentary remarks in our hearing the other 25 make
complimentary remarks about us to their friends. It is a great partnership You and us We
strive to be of benefit to you you make it possible for us to carry on the work.
When you set out to buy that new Spring Suit, you will fare better in a store that works
with you than in one that works on you You'll get better clothes, pay less for them, and
enjoy more solid satisfaction out of them if you trade at a store that makes your saUsfactionvtrV
113 kiUCt IVUbCIU.
Our Full Line of
One-Mlnule Store Talk
"I've been a monih buying that
suit." said a tvan the other day. "I
bought a ault bere a year ago and
this year I thought I'd look around
I've been looking for a mnnth In every
store In town, but I couldn't be suited
anywhere but here" Men who hare
only a limited amount of time to de
vote to clothes h':r.g should consider
that what it tifk ill the stores In
town a month to fa'l to do for tlila
man we accomplished In ?n minutes.
Is designed, primarily, to meet a
diversified demand. vV start our
prices at $10 (hat represents a
remarkable value. , W raise the
levela gradually to $25, at which
price we aell the best clothes ever
tailored. You can trecide befora
leaving; home Just how much you
will par. Then you can come direct
to this store, certain of being shown
hundreds of sprightly styles from
which you can easily choose. You
can r.lso rest secure in our guar
antee to save you upwards of $3 to
$5 on any suit you select
$10.00 to S35.00
A Top, Rain or
Slip-On Coat .
For any sort of weather condition.
One of each Is the proper thing, to
be sure, but if ou are going to buy
but one you can decide upen the
coat of most service to you. Your
' choice ia immaterial to us. We've
all kinds and lots of them. What
concerns us most and ought to con
cern you fully as much, is whether
you will drop into the first place you
come to and buy a coat, or whether
you will make a determined and
successful effort to get a satisfac
tory coat by coming here.
Top and Raincoats, up from $10
Slip-ons, at $5.00 to $25.00
Our Popular Priced
Suits for Men & Young Men
Perhaps three-fourths of our suit
sales are at $15 $20 and $25. Those
are our most popular prices. -The
reason Is simplicity, itself. First
the cloth from which they are tail
ored is more like the fine English
fabrics than any on the market.
Second they are or proper weight
and tailored o stay right. Third
they fully reveal our determined
efforts to go a step further In value
giving. These things and our almost
limitless variety make this the most
logical place to buy If your suit
expenditure is to be
$15, $20 or $25
..; .V:;s;., J
on the list for the first time in all the hia
tory of the school. There were then only
nineteen schools in Nebraska that were
placed on this roll and Tecumseh was one
of the three achools In the southeastern
a few school houses snd hsve done a little ' M,tion of ,he " ,hus honored-
Rloe R or It fcot at Plckrell.
warmed tip." The congreaalonal candidate ! BEATRICE. .Neb.. April i.-tr.paciai.-said
the value of land In Bootfs Bluff 'At thr bh" 'ol, hoot '"t,T5"y ,l p,rk"
county was going up rapidly, a forty-acre I William xannrr or neatnee won nr..
talking, but as yet the campaign has
a meeting last night. Tulton waa arrestel
.t.d his case set for hearing next Wed net-
tract near the town having aold recently i Plac i,h 'r of out of
Shop at Beatrice
50. Dick I.inderman of Lincoln was second
with a score of 43 and Dr. Thomas third
w ith a score of SS.
(Mail Wagon and
And Crawford1 Mail Are Burned
Two Associations Discuss Professional
Matters Address by Chancellor
Avery and Prof. Crabtree.
jStar Boute Carrier Between Broken
- Bow and Bound Valley Has TJn
i usual Experience.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., April L t.Special.)
BL-ATRJCE. Nb.. April l.-tSpecal.)-, Df, NMh a pr rout m, carr1 be.
rhe fit st day s session of the Southeaatern j ,we,n n and Ro(Jnd Va,y ha(J a ny
.Nebraska Educational association opened ......rA... resulted in the
loss of his mail cast and its contents.
I Nash was returning from Round Valley
here yesterday with an enrollment of 530.
Chancellor Avery was the first speaker
" r fera.n. n.a suojec oe.ng ,h maj, , fce deMv.red at the Broken
r. (I uation and Hurtier Ideals." His ad- I . . . t .
Xlisnir lueais. nil U- .,efi- 1. h. r.hl th. n.lrh
dress clearly showed some of the present-'. f ., f,n north
dsy broadenig tendenclea in colleges and j
universities throughout tha country. I
Prof. N. M. Graham of South Omaha j
hpoke regarding "The Association." Its j
value, its true aim, etc., giving many help
ful ideas. "Results of Normal Training."
by 91 ate Superintendent Bishop of LJnooln,
was an addieas ef great practical value and
contained aome Interesting statistics.
At the afternoon session papers were read
by Miss Birdie Soott of Fair bury and Su
perintendent J. A. Wtfodward of Have
lock. Prof. J. W. Crabtree of Peru and
Chancellor VY. J. Davidson of Nebraska
Wesleyan university followed with ad
dresFta. Prof. Crabtree spoke on "The
Ethics! of the Profession" and Chancellor
Davidson on "The Call of the Twentieth
A reception waa tendered the viaitlng
teachers in the Commercial club rooms
from 5 to S o'clock. In the evening Monta
ville Flowers, the Impersonator, enter
tained a large crowd In the high school.
The Houtbeastern Nebraska Educational
association closed its annual meeting here
this afternoon by the election of theae of
ficers: President. R. C. Harris of Fatrbury:
fir. nrkalll.i.1 f T A f T'-l... 1...
" r"::" . . Im E..a tarU.I.e T' al Hall
ri.i t., ecraiai)'. Juuena u. ivawiea or He- . . , , . . . .
Executive committee: ft E Dill nf Wllhr ! Satrlde
.nd f.eor.- u.i f v.Kre.i.. i.. .1. GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. April l.-spe-
dressee were delivered today by Prof. J. W. I clal Telegram.) - Miss Emma Christine
w-. ii... j t t-.., lure, aaea ju, was louna aeiiu in m siipu
east of here, he suddenly felt an intense
heat at his back. Turning he discovered
the interior of the cart a mass of flames.
The wind was blowing a gale and he had
j only time to jump from his seat and cut
the horses loose. The blazing wagon set
fire to the prairie, but as it waa near aome
stork corrals the flajnes spent themselves
without doing much outside damage. With
the exception of one small package of let
ters the mall was totally destroyed. Vpon
arriving in town with his two horses Naah
delivered the few letters he had to Post
master Houmont, reported the loss of the
bulk of the mall and declared himself to
be completely in the dark aa to the origin
of the fire.
Harry Wright, another rural free deliv
ery man. had his mail wagon pretty well
demolished today by an automobile be-
Xekrsika 'ewa Notes.
BEATRICE Robert E. Mavity of Kirk
Culo.. and Miss Maraaret Wlnchell of Nor
cator. Kan., were married here Thursday
by County Judge Waldrn.
BRIDGEPORT Thomas H. Stevens was
trralgned before Magistrate Wade Wednes
day, charged with bootlegging, and bound
over to tha district court In $50 bonds.
BEATRICE While laying a water pipe
at Hepperlen's hospital in South Bestrice
yesterday Sol Pchweidt. an old resident
of Beatrice, had three rlba broken by the
earth caving In on him.
KEARNET Rev. J. J. Parker, who has
been pastor of the Congregational church
In thia city for the last, three yeare, has
resigned and will go to Genoa, where he
will take a charge. No one has been se
cured to fill the position he leaves.
GENEVA Plans are being made for the
erection of a three-story building upon the
ette of the one lately burned down. Archi
tect Grant of Beatrice has consulted with
Dr. H. L Fmtth and others Interested. The
building will be modern and as nearly fire
proof as possible.
NEEDS OF SMALL CHURCHES
WILL BE TOPIC AT GIBBON
Presby terlaas Planning; t Hold Con
ference April 14 to Dlecaaa
LOUP CITT. Neb.. March 31 (Special. 1
A Presbyterian conference will be held
April 14 at Gibbon, at the close of the reg
ular spring meeting of the Kearney pres
bytery, devoted to topics of especial interest
to pastors of small churches. The presby
tery includes a very large section of the
state lying north of the Platte river, has a
large number of small town and country
churches and. like many other sections of
I the middle west, has its particular prob
lem. Dr. Warren H. Wilson of New York
City Is a specialist on the country church,
and Is now engaged in holding a series of
conferences, of which the Gibbon confer
ence for Kearney presbytery is one.
The report of President Roosevelt's Coun
try Life commission has proved a great
4.500 women employed In the plug making
and cigar departments will quit In sym
pathy. The atrikera demand K a hundred pounds
for stemming the Inferior leaf. S3.M a hun
dred for stemming the better grade and a
commission of 10 cents on the dollar. Tbev
California and North Dakota Claim- ! ask further that the sanitary conditions
ants to Massachusetts Estate Do
Not Enow Each Other.
The program In detail follows;
BEATRICE Albert Txeper. chare'd with i stimulus In connection with the agitation
doing an IllegaJ liquor business at his farm - . , . . .,,,, ty,.
in Elm township, appeared Thursday In f th Problem, how to reconatruct the
the district court and renewed his bond In ; country church to meet present-day needs?
the sum of IU00O and v00 for two cases
pending against him. Because of his Ill
BOSTON. April 1 "This man Is not my
brother." was the declaration said to have
been made br William C. Russell after a
1 four-hour talk yesterday with the man
from Fresno. Cal.. who claims he is Daniel
Blake Russell, son of the late Daniel Rus
sell of Melrose.
The Californian had endeavored to show
that he. and not a man from Dickinson, I
N. D., who claim to be the same Daniel
Blake Russell, la coheir to the 1759,000 es
tate of Danfel Russell.
William Russell snd the California, met
In an attorney's office yesterdsy. The
others present were Mrs. Edwsrd Arery
of Chicago, who knew Daniel B. Russell In
childhood; Miss Sarah E. Almy, cousin of
and housekeeper for William C. Russell
the cases have been continued to the:.." "' ferdlnand B. Almy. her brother, a co-
t term of court. I .tT ' 'Vl'i- J?.!"' . ... examine of t. TV w r.
EN E A The Geneva Junior Norma' a Ltr1n(r n the Country." by Rev. I tor. John K. Berry and Eugene C. Vpton.
I opon June and will close July . Fac- -.,.,.. M w-un Ph T of New York !.. ...
' . . i i ,. n , i . . - . - - aii n, i ir . n lor till mia I w. m na m i iiih m im in
superintendent of Geneva schools: B. E.
Dill. Wllber; R. V. Clark, Harvard; J. II.
Woodward, Havelock: I.eora 8. Rustln.
Hemingford; E. Ruth Pyrere, Uncoln; J. K.
BEATRICE The cases against Art Fisher
of Wymore. charged with enticing Bemlce
Darnell away from home for immoral pur
poses, and Charles E. Hemperly, charged
with a statutory offense, wrere called In
Judge Hurst's court at Wymore yesterday
and a change of renue taken to J;idge
Crawford's court. The cases were con
tinued to April 15 and the defendanta were
released on bond of SI .000 each.
BRIDGEPORT Robert McConnell
jend George W. Cartwright. the new claira-
Thelr Effect Upon then' lawyers.
Country' Church." Dean E. A. Burnett of
the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Neb.
"shifting of the Population. Emigration
and Immigration, in Their Effect Upon the
Country Church," Rev. John W. Hill.
10 :5rt Discussion.
11:00 Address. "The Country Church and
the Country Community," Mr. O. O. St
John. Kimball. Neb.
12-30 T.nnrhenn in the rbanel of the Pres.
," i byterian church
Court House KocK precinct came to Bridge- I:00 m.-Addres. "The Kind of Min
ister Needed in the Country." Dr. W. H
IX r Ml B. rveairu-e. - r u
the Morrill county assessors. Arriving in
town about 11 o'clock, he tied his team on
cne of the principal streets of the city a'id
then devoted his time to business matters
until about 4 o'clock in the afternoon
When he went to get his team it was
gone and no trace has been found. It is
supposed thieves drove the team away.
CIUWTORD-The Inspector for normal
, i . " vf-r-,.. r v,i. i.. 1 training In high schools was here WednVs-
,u, ,.,.. - K ' day to inspect the schoo
Wright had stopped at the farm or Arthur
Farmer, ten miles northeast, and was mak
ing out a money order when the rear-end
collision occurred. '
YOUNG WOMAN DESPONDENT
of Lincoln. Prof. O'Shea gave the closiog
addresa tonight. The enrollment reached
CRAWFORD. Neb.. April 1 Special)
Te annual sesaion of the Northwest Ne
n?ka Teachers association convened at
'ewford March 2S and . A strong pro
tram was arranged, hut owing to the blli-
liard on Tuteday the meeting waa not well
attended. Dr. Beattie of Comer univer
sity gave two lectures' hlch made good
The fees collected by the aecretary of j
state during the month cf March amounted '
to S3.S54. 10. Of this amount $1,001 waa paid I
for automobile licenses and renewals; ar
ticlra of Incorporation. S2.lt2.50; notary I
:ommleslons, $103; brands, 154; certificate. '
147. SO; trade marks. S.
Oalaloa aa Orllflrate.
The language used on the $5 certificate '
issued by the State Hoard of Optometry, j
la the opinion of Grant Martin, deputy at- 1
toroey general, is "objectionable In the !
extreme." On the S5 certificates the board '
haa printed In red letters. "Tha board does Ter MEH M HOOI. STILL 0 LIST
lot guarantee the competency of the holder
jr tnis ceititKate; it u issued without ea- , R,.art thai It H.d ... a
impression on all teachers present.
One feature of tha meeting was the reso
lutions passed censuring the North Stale
School Review for ita insinuating remarks
against Prof. J. W. Searson and Prestdent
Criibiree of Peru. The same thing was
done al Bridgeport last week.
Officers elected for the ensuing year I
are: President, A. F Becker of Harrison:
vke president. E. P. Wilson of Chadron:
sicreiary. i arrie Mun (trees or Chadron;
treasurer. Superintendent Pterret of Rush- '
at the farm home, ten miles from this
city, this morning. Only on Wednesday
last she had been a bridesmaid at her
brother's wedding. After the celebration
yesterday rhe retired in the afternoon, not
feeling: well. During the night she arose
took the shotgun and, going to the shed,
discharged It into her side, pulling the
trigger with her toe. She had not been
well and melancholia la presumed to be
the cause. No one heard the shot, nor
had she given the slightest Indication of
the thought of taking her own life.
pert the school and reDorted It in
first-class condition. The normal training
waa put In the school here this year, but
it has proved a great help in many respects.
CRAWFORD Viols Beckler won first
place in the oratorical class at the contest
held Mondav night. She will represent the
northwest district at the state declamp.tort'
contest to be held sometime in May.
M'COOK At the declamatory contesr by
members of the high school this week Miss
Gertrude Morrlssey and Harold chwab
were the respective winners of tiie gold
and silver medals and will represent the
McCook High school in the district contest
at Alma on April S. The McCook Hieh
eel ool has been placed on the accredited
list of hieh schools by the North Central
Association of Colleges and Minor Schools.
2:30 p. mi-DHeusslon.
2:40 p. m. Address. "Tha Retired Farm
er." Rev. D. W. Montgomery, Loup City,
3 10 p. m. Discussion.
i:30 n. m. Open parliament. In charge of
Dr. Warren H. Wilson. "The Needed Re
construction of Country Churches:" til Fi
nancial readjustment. 2 Religious educa
tion. (31 Office-bearing. (4) Moral leadership
of the community.
4:00 p. m. Adoption bv the conference of
a standard of country life, on the basis of
this discussion, to be attained by country
4:15 p. m. Devotional meeting.
S ou p. m. Address. "The Religion of the
Breadwinner." Dr. Warren H. Wilson.
Socialist Editor featesred.
BERLIN, April 1. Richard Berth, editor
of the socialist organ. Vorwaerta, was
sentenced today to a month's Imprison
ment for having ornantr.ed the demon
strative "stroll" of March ti. when thou
sands paraded in the interest of suffrage
State Senator Cartwright of California
Introduced his client to William P.ussell
as "Tour brother. Daniel Blake Russell."
The claimant thn told his story and
was asked numerous questions. He finally
asked William Russell to Identify him as
his long lost brother, but the latter only
shook his head.
When the Interview was over, the Fresno
man left the office in an exhausted con
dition. It waa then that William Russell
was said to have stated tha man waa not
LOUISILLE POLICE CLEAR
STREETS BY USE OF CLUBS
Striking; Tekaers Workers Ktart Sasall
Riots la Vicinity of Bis
IXX'ISVILLE. April 1 The hand of the
police was shown In the tobacco strike sit
uation today when a crowd of several hun
dred strikers marched to the big plug fac
tory of the American Tobacco company
at Eighteenth and Broadway, and at
tempted to draw out the employes. The
police used their clubs freely and In a abort
time had cleared the streets surrounding
The number of women atemmers on strike
la now I 0. four factories are closed and
others crippled, and today It is expected
at the factories be Improved and the
acales on which the tobacco la weighed out
to them be Inspected by authorised per
sons and accurately adjusted.
The Grievances of the strikers haya been
submitted to the general officers of tha
company in New Tork.
' ' - 1
Coroner and Police Say All Facts ia
Connection with Baker's Death
Are at Hand.
CHICAGO, April 1. A complete solution
of the mystery surrounding the alleged
poisoning and death of Alexander J.
Moody, the Chlcsgo pie baker. Is in sight,
according to statements made today by
Coroner Hoffman and Aasistant Chief of
This promise is based on facts raid to
have been unearthed by relatives of tha
decedent and by the police recently, the
nature of which for the time being Is kept
Numerous theories have been advanced to
account for the baker's death, including
murder, suicide due to ill health and sui
cide due to blackmail. '
Experts have testified that, in any event.
It waa due to arsenic concealed in ham
burger steak which Mr. Moody ate on the
day of his death.
STREET CAR FARES RAISED
Dea Moines City Railway Conaoaar
toaa ftelltag TlceWts lx for
DES MOINES. Ia., April l.-Offlcia! an
nouncement waa made today by the Dea
Moines City Railway company that the
practice of selling six street car fares for
a quarter is discontinued, owing to the re
cent Increase In wages granted the mea
and increased cost of operation.
Throw froaa Train. Dead.
CHICAGO. April 1. Walter M. Smith,
salesman for a St. Iuls cement company,
said to have been Injured Wednesday while
being ejected from a passenger train at
the Sixty-third street station, after refusing
to pay his fare, died in the University hos
pital today. Smith's skull Is said to have
been fractured in the fignt with members
of the train crew.
tHADROX AD COKDOV DF.RtlT
aminatlon in compliance with the law."
, J"his practically foices optometrists to take
it examination and pay the board the S3
f-e Instead f the Si.
After a number of complaints had
learhtd the governor he took up the mat
ter vith the lea.il department of atate and
Mi. Martin today replied to the letter
fiom the execuive office ae foilowa. retting
sut Just what this board can do and what
t cannot do under the law:
Thia certificate has printed upon it.
in red ink. and akso stamped upon it with
an eidlnary rubber stamp, the words. Tha
bmid does not guarantee tha competency
cf the holder of this certificate; It Is la
surd without examination v In compliance
.th the law.' Many of the Ik-enaees have
iaaan exception to these words and the
I College Aaaoclailo Krreaeaai.
TECUM8EH. Neb.. April l.-(8p.cial.)-1he
daily papers of last Saturday con-
talned a dispatch fr. ra Chicago to the ef
fect that the high schools at Nebraska City
, and Tecuioteh had been dropped from the
accredited list of the North Central Asso
ciation of Collegia. Prof. Walker Kiechel
of the Trcumsth schools aired Inspector
Reed upon the receipt of the Information
asking as le the correctness of the report
Mr. Reed haa wrlttfn Prof. Kiechel a let
ter in vhlch he states the teport Is abso
lutely falsa and' that tbv Tcumseh school
is still on tba honor roll of high schools In
the middle st.
There seems to be tome misuodei stand
ing as to Just what this accrrdltment
nr. an a. Last spring Tecum aeh nas placed
Oratara froaa Former Taw Wla aad
Mill Meet Alllaare.
CHADRON. Neb," April 1 (Speciall
Ow ng to the anow blockade the debate
between Gordon and Chadron was post-
i iponed from Tuesday to Wednesday night
to allow all participants to arrive. The
labor union question was debated by Ken-
I neih Srovll, Frank Morrisey and Marcla
i lynnlr.gton, affirmative, of Chadron. and
Helen Jacobson, Haxel Reynolds and Ross
! Rash, negative, of Gordon. The judges
were A. F. Becker, superintendent of Sioux
county; A. F. Story, superintendent of
Chrry county, and City Superintendent
Bettlngar of Valentine. Chadron won.
Prevloua to thla Gordon had defeated Rush
vine and Chadron bad defeated Crawford.
Chadron will meet Alliance on April 12
for the final contest for the honor r.f
representing the Big Sixth at Lincoln.
Chaflron will now change positions, taking
the negative, hoping to take Its choice oT
aides at Lincoln.
. Rxaagellst Aaaaalted.
BEATRICE. Neb . April 1 (Special Tele
gram.) Rev. Mr. BettlK. a traveling evan
gelist and temperance lecturer, waa at
tacked and badly beaten by Charles Fulton
of Wymors. today, as a result of remarks
made by the minister concern. ng Fulu
Announce Saturday on account of fast ar
rival of tub suits and dresses a general reduction
on 85 cloth suits at the following prices:
All $25 suits colors
navy tan, grey, check
and mix- KA
A 1 1 $35.00 suits
colors h)ack nauy, tan
1517 Douglas St.
Formerly Hotel Rome
Every suit strictly up-to-date, made of best
all wool materials, beautifully lined and finished.
Sale begins Saturday morning at 9:30.
Wolff sales are bonafide, so we ask our pa
trons to call early.
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